UX Book Club - The Design of Everyday Things
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UX Book Club – The Design of Everyday Things

Originally published in 1988, “The Design of Every Day Things” may be perceived as outdated. The objects, technologies, and devices […]

From Data Bank to Glass: The Amazing History of Wearable Technology
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From Databank to Glass: The Amazing History of Wearable Tech

The term “wearable technology” may still bring to mind the kind of high-tech gadgets Q designs for James Bond. But […]

Taking a Look at the State of Enterprise Applications
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Taking a Look at the State of Enterprise Applications

Checking your watch confirms what should have been a relatively simple task has now stretched into hours of your life […]

Starship Enterprise
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Starship Enterprise

“IT’S CUSTOMER INTERACTION JIM, BUT NOT AS WE KNOW IT” As any Trekkie will know – and any non-Trekkie will […]

Perfect Harmony - The Critical Role of User Experience Design
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Perfect Harmony – The Critical Role of User Experience Design

MAN AND MACHINE IN PERFECT HARMONY Two universal, but unspoken, threads ran through Gartner’s recently published Top Ten Technology Trends. […]

Why Your Product Owners Need User Experience: 4 Rules for a Successful Product Redesign
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Why Your Product Owners Need User Experience: 4 Rules for a Successful Product Redesign

Often Saggezza is asked to create a unifying experience across multiple legacy enterprise applications. Several approaches can be taken depending […]

The Objects Between Big Data and UX
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The Objects Between Big Data and UX

As a proponent of user-centered UX design, I am always on the lookout for new takes on the design process […]

Healthcare Is Getting Better Soon
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Healthcare Is Getting Better Soon

EXPLOITING BIG DATA FOR ILLNESS PREDICTION AND PREVENTION The field of medical data capture is striding forward in leaps and […]

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